“Set along the Washington-Canada border in the 1980s, this taut little thriller by Jim Moran has a cinematic quality—tight lighting to illuminate a small corner of the stage at a time, sharp blackouts to punctuate a joke or a threat, and eccentric small-town characters that wouldn’t be out of place in movies by the Coen brothers or David Lynch.”
The Stranger‘s Brendan Kiley
We have 7 more performances of Across A Little Red Marker, this weekend includes Monday night instead of Easter Sunday.
Plays tomorrow and Saturday plus Monday at 8pm.
Tickets can be purchased in advance at Brown Paper Tickets.